The president of the Board of Public Utilities says it can order utilities to follow certain procedures and protocols, and that may happen in the wake of these two storms.
Schepisi hosted a Bergen County community forum on gun violence in schools. The panel brought together residents, local police, school administrators, and teachers to tackle the complex issue.
Schepisi said everything is on the table and everything needs to be reconsidered when it comes to school safety.
Menendez invited the media to the Essex County Firearms Training Center to hear what an AR-15 sounds like when fired indoors.
About 100 protesters rallied on the Rutgers University-Newark campus as part of several demonstrations across the state marking the March 5 deadline for the expiration of DACA.
The pros and cons of legal marijuana were debated again in an Assembly committee.
Pamela Capaci, the CEO of Prevention Links, says they’ve been able to launch some of the programs out of their center because of funding from the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act, which was ...
Murphy addresses the state's response to the nor'easter, right before reading to a class of first graders on national "Read Across America Day."
The course brings together law enforcement officers and mental health professionals over a five day, 40 hour period to learn from each other through various exercises.
Assembly Democrats are confident Murphy is on board with tougher gun laws.
Bergen County officials say the lawsuit is first they've heard of the former officer's harassment charges.
The conversation at the Somerset County Business Partnership's Business Builders Breakfast started by defining sexual harassment. By the end, the goal was to make business owners and managers aware of ...
Parkland survivors are key to real change on gun laws, says Menendez.
The bill instructs New Jersey’s Departments of the Treasury and Community Affairs to set up the regulatory framework. In participating towns, tax collectors will get guidelines for a system of ...
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced a new state office in his department that will better organize the fight against New Jersey’s still-raging opioid epidemic.